Cathay Pacific’s frequent flyer program is one of our favourites due to its consistently lower-than-average award redemption rates and high-quality airline partners. Here are our top tips for getting maximum value from your Asia Miles balance.
Learn how to use Asia Miles on a round the world flight redemption – and why it is better value than using your Qantas Points.
It’s harder to earn Asia Miles from day-to-day activities outside of Amex credit card spend in New Zealand, but Asia Miles redemption rates are cheaper than Qantas Frequent Flyer for oneworld flights, and as such it deserves your attention.
Previously, you could only top your Velocity balance up when you had 50% of the required points for a redemption – now you can only top up 50% of your current points balance.
This service is a pretty promising tool to add to your hotel-booking Swiss Army knife—at least in the short term. Plus, there is a 5% off promo code for Point Hacks readers.
Earning points and status can be half the fun of travel but, in many cases, points do not credit as they should. This guide seeks to quickly cover remedies where you have missed out on some or all of the points you were expecting.
This guide details retrospective claims from credit cards, rental cars and other partners. In most circumstances, you will first need to follow up with the partner who you transacted with, as opposed to your points program.
Qantas have teamed with Airbnb to offer 1 Qantas Point per $ spent with Airbnb, plus 500 bonus points for your first booking. Here’s how it works. You can also earn Delta SkyMiles and United MileagePlus miles.
In this guide, we explore Cathay Pacific’s routes, aircraft and premium cabin products, teach you how to calculate how many points you need for your next trip on the airline, analyse which frequent flyer programs offer the best value, advise how and when to book an award seat, and provide links to Point Hacks reviews of Cathay Pacific flights.